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A change in the federal rules for rendering dead cattle has the Minnesota Board of Animal Health encouraging beef and dairy producers to consider composting their mortalities. (Tribune photo/clipart.com)

Board of Animal Health encourages producers to try composting dead cattle

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WILLMAR -- With the federal Food and Drug Administration rule change on rendering of 30-month or older cattle set to change April 27, the Minnesota Board of Animal Health is encouraging beef and dairy producers to compost their mortalities.

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